All Rights Reserved
|Letter to the editor
February 5, 2009
The Milford Times, The Observer and Eccentric Newspapers
Address real problems
Culling deer only puts a band aid on the symptom. The solution is to fix the problem poorly planned developments. Conventional subdivisions pollute lakes and rivers and wipe out natural areas, forcing wildlife such as deer into areas like Kensington Metropark. Many town officials and planners lack the political courage and knowledge to make changes badly needed to update outdated subdivision ordinances.
Innovative conservation subdivisions (conservation development) (watch a video at www.landchoices.org/docfilm/arendt_clip1.htm) preserve natural areas for wildlife. They are proven more profitable, less costly and faster selling for developers. Learn more by clicking on the Supersize My Backyard image (www.landchoices.org/campaign.htm) at www.landchoices.org. Test your existing ordinance and download LandChoices' free conservation subdivision ordinance at www.downloadtheordinance.org.
Wildlife, and people, have the right to better, more efficient and prosperous neighborhood designs.
LandChoices founder and volunteer president
|Preserve Your Land | Conservation Subdivisions | Other Choices
Home | About Us | News | Projects | Sponsors | Contribute | Contact Us | Links | Kids | Media Kit
LandChoices P.O. Box 181 Milford, MI 48381 email@example.com
Privacy Statement | www.landchoices.org